The resort town of Watercolor, Florida reaches from the crystal blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico to the edge of the State Forest. It is a St. Joe development and sits on 499 acres. Watercolor includes miles of walking trails that wind through the trees and along the banks of the coastal dune lakes along with several parks and pools – not to mention incredible homes and condos! Camp Watercolor is a favorite among the younger set providing loads of fun and frolic while the oldsters enjoy fun and frolic of the grown-up nature – restaurants, wine bars, shops, a fitness center and often, just a good book on the beach. Several families now call this beach town their permanent home while for many it is a second home community or a vacation destination.
WaterColor, Florida was voted the #1 best family resort in North America by Travel & Leisure magazine readers and has Northwest Florida’s Only Four-Diamond AAA Hotel, the resort’s “WaterColor Inn”. The town is host to the annual Telluride Mountain Film Festival at the Beach, usually in November. It’s an event not to be missed!